Christie Lee Gibson, General Director
Christie Lee Gibson is a multidimensional performing artist, director and producer. She has worked adminsitratively for film company Ebb Pod Productions, Opera Providence, the USS Saratoga Museum Foundation, the Brown University Music Department, and the Atelier Lyrique of the Opéra National de Paris. In college she was a founding member of Brown Opera Productions and has held many production positions including production manager, stage manager, costume designer, hair and makeup designer, technical director, master electrician, vocal coach, choreographer, dramaturg, and sound designer.
Performing credits include Margaret in The Edge of Peace (Central Square Theater), Mother/Cat in Brundibar & But the Giraffe! (Underground Railway Theater), Jeanne in Jeanne’s Fantasy, Sue in Sunday with Joy, Narrator in La Grenouille à grande bouche (Fort Point Theatre Channel); Hamlet in English and Gertrude in Spanish in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Actress 2 in Enjoy (Apollinaire Theatre Company); Socrate, The Four-Note Opera, The Choose-Your-Own Opera, Der Zwerg, L’Incoronazione di Poppea (OperaHub); The Actress in The Blue Room directed by Paula Plum at the Roberts Studio Theater; Avigail in Shulamis with new English dialogue at Harvard’s Agassiz Theatre; Mrs. Japhett in Noye’s Fludde (Falmouth Chorale); Ensemble/Musician in A Christmas Carol (Hanover Theater), Alto in Seven Veils (LostWax) and several other performances with the FirstWorks Providence festival.
Directing credits include Der Vampyr (OperaHub), The Good Person of Setzuan (Fort Point Theatre Channel), and several short plays for the FPTC and the Boston Theatre Marathon. She has been assistant director for La Grande Duschesse de Gérolstein (Franco-American Vocal Academy) and Hamlet (Shakespeare on the Green).
Ms. Gibson's thematic interests lie in language and its interplay with music and silence, feminisim in all of its guises, the stories of economics, and grand mythology.